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a busy shopping mall and who is responsible. anne makovec reports from the bay fair center. >> reporter: good morning. this is a pretty busy place at 6:40 p.m. that's when those shots rang out. age old navy here, bed, bath & beyond so people are still interviewing witnesses and reviewing a lot of security footage. you can imagine there's plenty of that inside and outside of the bay fair mall as they try to figure out exactly what went on here. at one point, the bay fair mall was locked down. it looks like the shooting occurred between 2 groups on one side two men who were walking in the parking lot, on the other a group of people driving in a car. and police still trying to figure out their relationship. but they say this was not a random act. >> one of the things we will always look at in a case such as this where you have a shootout in the parking lot of a shopping mall is whether or not gangs are involved in this and right now we do not know that. >> reporter: now, right after this shooting, police got
reports that two men ran into the mall. they found those guys on the other side of the mall outside of the movie theater. those men were detained for questioning. and police have also been canvassing the local hospitals to see if any gunshot victims may have turned up there. right now it looks like nobody was actually hit by gunfire. they did find one vehicle, though, that had them. live in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5. we're following breaking news. a rescue mission after two marine corps helicopters collided near hawaii. six people were on board each chopper when they went down over oahu last night. the debris found was found, one empty liferaft and fire on the water. no word of any survivors. a man is under arrest for allegedly killing a woman at uc- san francisco's main campus. uc police say an altercation happened just before 5 p.m. yesterday on parnassus. the suspect and victim reportedly knew one another and the man was taken into custody
immediately. it's not clear if either of them were students or patients at the uc. a big change for bay area football fans. former eagles coach chip kelly is now in charge of the 9ers. kpix 5's mark sayre has more on what this means for the future of the team. reporter: in his three years as head coach of the philadelphia eagles, chip kelly had two winning seasons. but he was fired by philadelphia last month after a 6-9 record. 49ers fans say it is now wait and see. >> you think it's a good move for them? >> i think it will be exciting either way. >> reporter: during one of kelly's last news conferences in philadelphia, he was asked if he worried about his job security. >> no. if it's not good enough, it's not good enough. but i mean, i'm going to continue as hard as i can and show up early and stay late. >> reporter: in philadelphia and during his time as head coach of the oregon ducks kelly developed a reputation as a demanding coach with what some might call a tough personality.
>> you know, i --i like chip kelly's concepts but i think he is kind of a tough fit for the nfl. people are still trying to figure him out. 49ers probably are in as much need as anybody else. >> reporter: but could kelly's hurry-up offense mean good things for 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick? >> chip kelly has coveted colin kaepernick since he joined the eagles a mobile quarterback that fits that bill. he can simplify the offense for him, boost kaepernick's confidence, ultimately all those things are why i think kaepernick will be under center when minicamp rolls around. >> gives kaepernick a better shot just from the style of play that kaepernick plays. kelly won't have control of the roster though like he did in philadelphia. that still rests in the hands of general manager trent baalke. kelly is expected to be officially introduced to the media sometime next week.
the 49ers are hoping some fannies are in the seats too, you could almost give tickets away at the end of the last season. let's check on the friday commute. >> it's "friday light" in most spots. we have had a couple of accidents but most of it's out of lanes and over to the right shoulder so outside of our usual slow-and-go conditions, you're doing all right out there. our biggest trouble spot now is south 880 right at whipple. a couple of cars tangled up here. it's getting slower in that area. we are now seeing some red on our sensors. so speeds dipping under 25 miles per hour. tow crews are on the scene. sluggish southbound into hayward. northbound 880 no trouble along the nimitz freeway as you head into oakland. downtown oakland looks good headed towards the maze. metering lights are on at the bay bridge. you're backed up to the maze. but approaches seem to be holding steady. "friday light" in some spots across the span into san francisco. westbound 580 that earlier accident near portola is
cleared. traffic is busy but over all drive time are bearable westbound out of the altamont pass and 680. the golden gate bridge marin county seems to be nice so far this morning no delays 580 down into san francisco. and your san mateo bridge right is good, 13 minutes between 880 and 101 towards foster city. south bay north 101 from 280 to 237 easy drive. no delays on guadalupe parkway. it's dry out there right now. let's see if that changes. roberta. >> boy was it pouring at 2 a.m. in the eastern portion of the bay area. all that is now traversed out towards the central valley. good morning, everybody! heading on out the door, guess what? you will not need that umbrella today at 6:05. we have dry skies for the morning commute. and by the time you may tracks heading home dry conditions with rain in the north bay. dry at mineta international airport. levi's stadium 24 days away from super bowl 50 played right there in the santa clara valley. we are in the 40s and 50s out
the door. you're going to feel the difference. it's mild. winds have been dialing back under 10 miles per hour. okay, here's your futurecast. what happens towards lunch hour? we have a break in the activity. what happens towards the evening commute? we start to see increasing rain showers in the north bay sliding across the central bay by 10:00 in the evening. it's going to rain overnight. the low, the center of the core, moves through the bay area tomorrow morning. it means it's going to be a rainy weekend. we'll track storm number 8 and number 9 and tell you how they will impact monday. that's coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. but right now, michelle, have you checked your numbers yet? >> i have not checked them yet. i need to. i know. today. yeah. i need to do it. >> come on! >> i know i won at least $9. >> you're buying breakfast. i won three bucks. who bought the winning tickets to wednesday's record- breaking jackpot? it's a mystery that might not be solved for weeks. so far the three people who split $1.6 billion are staying under the radar. for now people are celebrating
at the stores where their tickets were sold and one of them was sold in california's own chino hills. >> if only. 7 republicans running for president taking to the debate stage last night less than three weeks before the iowa caucuses in february. as weijia jang tells us the exchanges in south carolina got personal. reporter: front-runner donald trump and ted cruz stood shoulder to shoulder on the main stage but their civil relationship may be crumbling. in a debate on the fox business network trump brought up his birther argument. >> my friend donald said he had his lawyers look at this from every which way and there was no issue there. there was nothing to this birther issue. since september, the constitution hasn't changed. but the poll numbers have. >> the fact is, there's a big overhang. there's a big question mark on your head. and you can't do that to the party. >> reporter: but trump made no apologies for his tone rebuffing criticism from south carolina governor nikki haley. >> i'm angry because our country is a mess. >> reporter: cruz took heat for
failing to disclose a million- dollar loan from goldman sachs used to finance his 2012 senate campaign. >> yes, i made a paperwork error disclosing it on one piece of paper instead of the other. >> reporter: but the universal opponent for the gop candidates was democrat hillary clinton. >> someone who lies to the families of those four victims in benghazi can never be president of the united states! [ applause and cheers ] >> she gets elected she might instead of setting an agenda be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. >> reporter: president obama was another target was fresh offer his final state of the union address. >> on tuesday night i watched story time with barack obama. and i got to tell you, it sounded like everything in the world was going amazing, you know? [ applause ] >> reporter: the candidates get another chance to face off in two weeks just days before the iowa caucuses. weijia jang, cbs news, north charleston, south carolina. >> as mentioned the next republican debate is in des moines in a few weeks january 28th.
that will quickly be followed by the iowa caucuses on monday, february 1. a sacramento man arrested last week now faces a terror indictment. aws mohammed younis al-jayab was charged yesterday with making a false statement involving international terrorism. the iraqi refugee allegedly lied to investigators about traveling to syria two years ago and joining a group linked to the "islamic state." he said he was visiting his grandmother in turkey. he also allegedly talked on social media with a suspect in houston about weapons training and going to syria. a man linked to a dead stolen car suspect is now under arrest. early yesterday alameda county sheriff's deputies chased the stolen pickup truck on hesperian boulevard went on highway 238 in san lorenzo and then the driver got out and climbed a wall and jumped. he fell about 40 feet into a cemetery and died. his passenger was found with stolen property and drug paraphernalia.
he is now at santa rita jail. an october gas leak in an l.a. county town has put more benzene in the air than previously reported. it's a cancer-causing chemical. now so cal gas says there are higher levels than anticipate. so far the company spent over $50 million trying to contain the leak and relocate about 4500 local families. 6:10 on this friday. a bizarre new development in the long delayed construction of a critically important bay area hospital. >> and from the kpix 5 weather center good morning. we are going to be in and out of the rain all the way through the holiday. you won't believe how much rain to expect. >> and we have a broken-down big rig blocking an on-ramp. what does that mean for the eastshore freeway? i'll tell you. ,,,,,,,,,, ♪
time check 6:13. taking a look toward levi's stadium where it is currently 53 degrees with a calm win, plenty of cloud cover. that's the home of super bowl 50. oh, i have a factoid for you today. today's actually the 49th anniversary of what became known as the super bowl and the packers beat the chiefs. you can watch super bowl 50 being played right here on levi's stadium on february 7 on kpix 5. valley medical center in santa clara county is on the verge of rehiring a contractor it just fired. remember this? that steam explosion at the construction site injured an employee in september 2014 just one of the reasons the county fired turner construction. along with cost overruns and delays. and now it appears the county is poised to rehire them. turner is one of four finalists to complete the $290 million retrofit project. ac transit is going to
increase its bus services by 14% in june. the board of directors approved the service expansion plan this week. the oakland-based bus agency will invest $24 million into improving service throughout alameda county. ac transit plans to hire more drivers, mechanics and are even getting some new buses as part of the expansion. some breaking news in san jose this morning. right now, the sjpd is on the scene of a deadly hit-and-run crash downtown. a pedestrian hit by a pickup about 5 a.m. this morning at west santa clara and delmas avenue. the pickup is white and full sized. it should have damage on the front driver's side. the annual sea liian arrival celebration is happening today at pier 39. for the last 26 years, the sea lions have been barking and sunbathing near the city's top tourist attraction. and it's still a mystery why they suddenly began flocking to
the pier shortly after the '89 earthquake. there they are. walking tours begin at 11 a.m. it's quite the serenade. >> it is. [ laughter ] >> it's fun. >> i love it. >> you get there with your camera and you just sit for half-hour. >> but, you know, after all the rain and we had some sunny breaks today you will see people out there like this. they arch their heads forward toward the sun. >> good impression. [ laughter ] so we have a traffic alert. >> we do. if you are working your way on 80 this morning, it's backed up because of a broken you can everydown big rig. it hit the guardrail. it's on the on-ramp. maritime ramp to 80. it's not on main lines but it's causing a backup. we are seeing slow-and-go conditions, sluggish beyond 780 at this point. so sluggish through there. that on-ramp is still shut down until they clear that out. at least 30 minutes or more.
you can access 80 from sonoma on-ramp. 880 at whipple an accident clearing. it's busy anyway southbound 880 from hayward as you head into fremont this morning. san mateo bridge though still looking good 14 minutes between 880 and 101 if you are cutting across there. no delays as of yet along the nimitz northbound as you head into oakland. more cars on the road especially at the bay bridge but the metering lights are on. it's not doing too badly. you're backed up to about the maze at this point but all approaches still very light as you work your way out of oakland into san francisco. westbound 580 altamont pass to 680, that's a 20-minute ride right now. that earlier accident portola is cleared. but still some slow-and-go speeds as you head through the altamont pass towards 680 right now. and the golden gate bridge we haven't had any problems there this morning. traffic is still very light as you work your way southbound 101. south bay northbound 101 a little slow-and-go from 280/680 at highway 237. here's roberta. good morning, everybody. according to our live hi-def doppler radar, that rain that
you probably heard in throughout the tri-valley at 2: 00 this morning is out of here. it's already gone to the central valley. this is the scene looking out towards the bay area right now from our transamerica pyramid eastern camera view. [ extremely scratchy voice ] >> i just love that view, don't you? look at that. we have mostly cloudy skies, visibility only obscured in santa rosa due to some pockets of dense fog at 42 degrees. otherwise 49 throughout the tri- valley. the winds are now under 10 miles per hour. we'll be rotating around to the northeast about 5 to 15 miles per hour later today. we have a dry day slated for this friday with few sunny breaks, soaking rains arrive later on tonight and then on- again, off-again rain through the weekend. in fact, all the way through the holiday. okay, i just love this image. this is storm number 7. that's now moving very rapidly out towards the central plains. this is storm number 8 queued up for tonight. look at the area of low pressure. this is the core of the center way over there. and then we have storm number 9 that will impact our sunday
night through the holiday. futurecast what do you see right here? it's a break. it's a break for your lunch hour. and then here comes the rain by later tonight impacting the entire area. you will wake to you. raindrops -- you'll wake up to raindrops on the rooftops. the core passes through in the morning and then hit-and-miss scattered showers during the afternoon hours on saturday. sunday with heavy rain and gusty winds impacting monday through tuesday. we are going to see up to 6 inches of rain over the next six days. 2.5 to the east, 3 in the peninsula, 5 in the santa cruz mountains, two in the santa clara valley. winter storm warnings still in effect until 10:00 this morning. there's your sun-up and sundown. we have a minute and about 19 seconds of additional sunlight compared to yesterday. not much sunlight though. mainly cloudy today. 50s and a few low 60s. here's the extended forecast where we have the rain arriving
tonight. rain tomorrow morning. scattered showers during the afternoon hours. a bigger system by sunday night through your monday. rain showers likely on tuesday. and cloudy skies on your wednesday and your thursday. make it a great friday. it is 6:20 right now. super bowl 50 is still about three weeks away. but you will start to notice extra traffic and security a lot sooner. we'll run through some of the potential trouble spots. >> chip kelly, i know you got [ indiscernible ] kobe bryant adios to oracle last night. we have the highlights coming up. ,,,,,,
if it's about high-profile experience, reviving a franchise, chip kelly apparently is the head coach, best available. somebody's got to fill those seats. overhaul an offense that plummeted to 31st in the league. say what you want about the end of his three-year run in philadelphia, but kelly did run the fastest offense in the league with 10-6 his first two seasons before it went south. on the field and apparently with the media, as well. >> chip got arrogant at types and he is probably going to take a little bit of that edge off. >> i was being sarcastic. i thought that would go over big in this crowd. >> got to change some of his stubbornness because the media can destroy you if you don't win. chip is a guy that i think is smart enough to learn from all that. last night in front. a star-studded packed oracle arena, kobe bryant of the lakers bid the warriors and oracle adieu.
did you know he scored the most points against the warriors than any other team? there he is with his former teammate luke walton. bryant played 27 minutes. he scored 8 points. he has that injured achilles heel. the lakers were in striking distance until the warriors shook them off. don't see that every day. an "excuse me" dunk by steph curry. he scored 26. warriors won 116-98 but it was kobe bryant's night. he checked out for the final time at oracle after a 20-year career. that was the best of kobe bryant at oracle. people will be leaving with the image of number 24 for a long time. what a show. see you later, everybody. play of the day, we are going to take you back to the nba hardwood. we have cleveland at san antonio. an example of how a missed shot can become something pretty special. watch.
how about that. leonard with the impressive put- back slack in the paint. san antonio went on to beat the cavaliers 99-95. they are only about 2 or 3 games behind the warriors by the way. the spurs 35-6 on the season! and they get our play of the day. it is 6:26. some of yosemite's most notable sights are getting new names. the financial dispute prompting the change. >> reporter: and coming up, why police are scouring hours of security footage after a shooting at the popular mall. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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and the set-up next week... we a smaller group of presidential contenders hit the stage for the latest debate and there were a few surprises. >> and the setup for the super bowl starts next week. we'll tell you about the traffic changes going into effect. >> it's dry for the morning commute but i'm tracking storm 8. the 8th one this month. i'll tell you when to expect it. >> we have service street closures in san jose plus a traffic alert in vallejo. i'll explain. good morning, it's friday, january 15. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 6:30. today detectives in san leandro want to know who opened fire outside a busy shopping mall and they want to know why. kpix 5's anne makovec is at bay fair center where shots rang out last night. anne. >> reporter: it's a busy place at 6:40 p.m. we have the bed bath and beyond and old navy. there's lots of security footage inside and outside the mall. this morning police are reviewing it all as they try to
find witnesses and figure out what happened. at one point the bay fair mall was locked down. it looks like the shooting happened between two groups on one side two men who were walking in the parking lot and on the other side a group of people driving in a car. police still trying to figure out their relationship but they say this was not a random act. we don't know if both parties shot at one another or just one group shot at the other. that's you understand investigation. >> reporter: right after this shooting, police got reports that two men ran into the mall. they found those guys on the other side of the mall outside of the movie theater. those men were detained for questioning. and police have also been canvassing the local hospitals to see if any gunshot victims may have turned up there. right now it looks like nobody was actually hit by gunfire. they did find one vehicle, though, that had them. live in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5. the palo alto unified
school district has placed a teacher on unpaid leave after discovering he is being charged with child sexual abuse. mike iro is a teacher at ohlone elementary school. according to the palo alto weekly, the accuser is a former district student who was 11 when the alleged abuse began in 2002. she says the incident spanned three years. palo alto unified says iro was not employed by the district at the time but was working with an after-school program in the district. we are getting a brief break from all the rain this morning. but some parts of the bay area got soaked. this is sausalito. look at it coming down. several more storms are in the forecast. and plenty of fresh snow up in the sierra and an arizona rock band called life link could roll through it. the tour van got stuck on the way to reno. >> hanging out in the cold right now. >> not for long. a nearby gas station had chains that fit. they chained up and they rolled
their way into reno and made their gig. >> which is good for their fans. >> we still have the winter storm warning in effect for the high sierra until 10 a.m. so far a foot of snow has already accumulated on top of already an epic season there in tahoe. i cannot ever remember it just being so great with layers and layers of fresh powder. we also have more rain on tap for us. the difference between last year at this time, sure, we had a storm stacked up over the open waters but because of the el nino season where we have the waters so warm, we have a lot of water vapor above it, these storms are now tapping into that moisture so we have more rain all weekend. not right now. this is our hi-def doppler radar where we have cleared out of the precipitation. look at the scene from the transamerica pyramid looking due east. highs now our temperatures i should say as you head on out the door into the 40s and 50s. you're going to feel the difference. it's mild outside. the winds have been relaxing.
okay, here's your futurecast. you can play along at home. here's your break in activity. and then here's lunch hour. absolutely nothing going on. and then as we head towards the evening commute it will be dry. we see the leading edge of the precipitation in the far reaches of the north bay. then it moves in about 9:00. this is the front beginning to descend on the bay area. then by the 7:00 hour tomorrow morning, you're going to hear those raindrops on the rooftops. then another system moves in for sunday. meanwhile temperatures today 50s and 60s. we are going to tell you just how much rain you should anticipate over the weekend. that's coming up at 48 minutes after the hour. but right now here's gianna. >> thanks, roberta. we have a couple of traffic alerts to report this morning. first off we'll take you down to san jose on surface streets where we have a trouble spot on santa clara both directions completely shut down. between highway 87 and autumn street. a lot of activity on the scene of a fatal accident. san jose police say to avoid the area if you can. we are seeing some delays on
the freeways in san jose. northbound 101. another trouble spot traffic alert issued westbound 80 at maritime. the on-ramp completely shut down for a big rig that hit the guardrail. it's taking time to clear it out of lanes. it's also affecting the main lines of the freeway. we have delays at least to redwood at this point along the eastshore freeway. 17 miles per hour in some spots so very slow and go conditions as you work your way westbound. once you pass this accident it gets better towards the bay bridge. elsewhere, southbound 880 at 92 wreck in lanes. busy southbound out of hayward to 92s across the san mateo bridge metering lights are on at the bay bridge. thank you. republican front-runners are turning on each other less than three weeks before the iowa caucuses. seven men took part in a debate last night in south carolina. previously donald trump and senator ted cruz had been friendly during the primary season. but last night, each man questioned the other's status
as an american and eligibility to be president. cruz was born in canada to an american woman. and trump's mother was born in scotland. but he was born in the united states. with fewer candidates on stage last night they had more time to attack democrats. they took aim at hillary clinton but not really bernie sanders. kpix 5 political analyst melissa caen found that surprising. >> it was very interesting in light of the fact that bernie sanders seems to be doing well in these early stages in some of these polls doing as good as or better than hillary clinton. >> she also said in a debate it's easy to tell who the candidates think is winning. >> you can often tell who is winning or who everyone is afraid of by who everyone is talking about so when people are attacking donald trump you know he is doing well and tonight that person was ted cruz. >> but trump is still ahead nationally. this morning a new nbc/wall street journal survey shows trump with 33% support compared to cruz with just 20%. super bowl 50 fever is
taking over mineta international airport. you can see signs all over. it's big and bold. we are 25 days way from the super bowl now which means traffic in san francisco will only get worse. most of the closures will begin next wednesday. and emily turner on the warning from city officials. >> reporter: if this is the kind of thing that makes you go crazy, buckle your seatbelt. the wild ride at super bowl 50 is about to begin and it's going to be slow. >> keep in mind security, keep in mind the traffic is going to be a challenge. and please, have patience. >> reporter: super bowl week officially kicks off january 30th. san francisco is expecting one million visitors. three festivities all coincide with the chinese new year and the 20- to 30,000 additional people that brings to the city. >> not worried about the morning time but i am worried about getting our people out in the afternoon and making sure they can get to their public transportation in order to get
home. >> reporter: some employees will telecommute or use flex hours. it will be challenging getting around downtown at best and slow. the main closures to remember include market street between beale and steuart street. southbound embarcadero from washington to don chee way. beale, main, spear, steuart street, from market to howard street. and howard street between 3rd and 4th street. but private events and changing schedules in security mean more closures. mta was still fielding requests as late as this morning's meeting. >> our main focus is to keep people moving. we'll have some disruption in the downtown area. and we are trying to work with the city residents and visitors to make sure they can get where they need to go. >> reporter: i talked to transportation officials. they said if you have one piece of advice to give folks for super bowl week what would it be? don't drive. they are asking everyone to take buses and trains instead. they are adding extra just for
that. in san francisco, emily turner, kpix 5. just about an hour ago we got the complete line-up of concerts for super bowl week. host committee ceo keith bruce talked about the big role music will play in that celebration. >> one nice thing is everyone in the entertainment business recognizes how big super bowl week is. you know? it's cross culture. it's about the game and it's about football and the nfl and american culture. but it's also about the entertainment and the halftime show and the music so we've found a lot of interested parties who want to play. >> that he did. here's a list of who you can see at the city stage inside super bowl city. at yosemite are getting name changes. it's all because of a bitter it's all free. >> that's great news. some of the most popular sights at yosemite are getting name changes because of a bitter battle involving the park's outgoing concessionaire dnc parks & resorts? >> the company filed after its contract was not renewed.
dnc says it owns the rights to the currents sight names and should be paid $51 million for them. so now yosemite has decided to change those names. among the changes, the ahwahnee will be the majestic yosemite motel and curry village will be called half dome village. no arrests after a train passenger was killed on bart. more on the growing concerns about bart safety. >> and the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago. another rough morning. look at that! dow down 364 points! coming up, we are going to get an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. ,, ,,
this morning"." gayle king joins us live in new york. >> reporter: good to see you. charlie talks to sean penn about his interview with "el chapo" whether the actor fared for his life. we'll get a preview of the 60 minutes conversation. bernie sanders joins us today. and ben tracy is in cuba to find out what americans face when they travel to that country. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. have you been to cuba? >> no but i want to go. >> love to go. >> that makes at least of us. >> thank you. >> you hear you have connections. we'll chat. thank you. see you at 7:00. well, this morning financial markets do not look because it's off to a bad start. >> to explains what's going on here's kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning,
frank and michelle. i think a lot of investors would rather be on a beach in cuba than on wall street today. we are looking at another beatdown for the stock market. it all started in china once again. the shanghai had a big drop overnight and we're watching oil prices fall below $30. and that is absolutely hammering the energy sector. as a result, u.s. stocks are plunging. the dow down by about 400 points right now. the dow and the nasdaq are on pace to have the worst month since 2008 back when the financial crisis started. not a whole lot of good news out there. that includes some economic signals. retail sales in december fell by a tenth of a percent. that's normally when merchants see a lot of buying going on for the holidays. a lot of weakness of at clothing stores, department chains. gas sales are falling and that weighs on the overall number but even when you strip out gas sales retail sales are weak and a gain of only a little over 2% in 2015 making for the weakest
year for retail sales since 2009. that came despite lower gas prices and a lot of hiring taking place in the job market. couple of key earnings. >> reporter: out, as well. intel topped expectations but its shares are plunging this morning and wells fargo provided mixed results and it's down as well along with much of the banking sector. let's take a look at the ugly numbers this morning. it doesn't promise to be a good day. the dow is down by about 340 points. nasdaq down by more than 100. and the s&p moving lower by 38 points. of course the market closed for monday. so investors heading for the doors early. >> i guess. >> my gosh. >> jason brooks from kcbs news, thank you. let's get a check of traffic now. we have a traffic alert. what's going on? >> that traffic alert continues through vallejo. westbound 80 right at maritime. it's on the on-ramp as you exit there. so it's not affecting the main lines as far as the accident goes but the big rig is in the
guardrail, backups on 80 slow- and-go to redwood. so busy through there. no word as to when that on-ramp will re-open. so it's the maritime on-ramp to westbound 80. past that toward the bay bridge toll plaza it's light. "friday light" in fact. 21 minutes from the carquinez bridge for your drive time. your approaches are doing okay but a little back up there on 580. san jose, santa clara is closed in both directions. highway 87 to autumn street this is for a fatal hit-and- run. san jose police department is on scene. avoid that intersection if you can. the main lines of the roadways along 280, 101 are a bit backed up as well as 87 this morning. looks like guadalupe parkway a little sluggish northbound. south 680 at gregory is blocking lanes, backed up through walnut creek. also westbound 4 at willow pass got an accident just reported. slow-and-go out of pittsburg. no delays highway 4 through antioch. south 880 slower through hayward from 238 down to union
city. earlier accident at 92 cleared an earlier wreck at whipple. san mateo bridge itself looking slow past the toll plaza. 880 northbound though, right around downtown oakland so far traffic isn't doing too bad through there. a look at the golden gate bridge, it's been an easy ride "friday light" in fact south 101, 580 pretty much all the way down into san francisco. here's roberta. in the past five minutes i have actually tweaked my forecast with some minor changes. i'll show you that momentarily. but right now, at 6:48 let's check our weather watchers see who is reporting what at this hour. we have temperatures anywhere from 40 degrees in petaluma, thanks peggi, to 53 in los altos according to steve. i thank you, sir. all of our weather watchers have suggested no rain since midnight. i picked up some rain in pleasanton at 2 a.m. but that is now out of here! hi-def doppler radar suggests no rain for the morning commute. in fact, look at your sunrise for the transamerica pyramid looking due east. we actually have some breaks in the activity this morning and mild temperatures.
40s and 50s you're going to feel the difference. pockets of dense fog in the santa rosa arealy. ing visibility down to a quarter mile in some sections, and other roads. what to expect today? a dry day with few sunny breaks. we have soaking rains arriving this evening. and an on-again, off-again rain all weekend long. let me show you my tweaks in the forecast. we were suggesting the rain won't move in until about 9:00. but this area of low pressure is textbook perfect. i'm loving that. this is the core of the center of the area of low pressure. this is the frontal boundary, the system moving out of here pushing due east. now, our water vapor suggests that this is storm number 8. it's moving in faster so it could impact the tail end of the evening commute. futurecast dry morning commute. here's lunch hour with a break in the activity. now look at 6:00 in the evening hours, some hit and miss spotty renegade showers around san francisco. there's the bilk of the rain in the overnight hours -- the bulk
of the rain in the overnight hours. 7 p.m. we have heavy rain moving in scattered showers during the day on saturday and that right there, that's storm number 9 for your sunday into monday with periods of heavy rain gunssty winds and good accumulations by the holiday on monday. over the next five to six days, 6 -- 6 inches of rain in the wettest locations of the north bay. 2.5 to the east. 3 around the peninsula. 2 in the south bay which is a lot. 5 in the santa cruz mountains. but the good news in all of this the rain is just rolling in. it's not happening all at once. winter storm warning in effect for the greater lake tahoe area. until 10:00 this morning. here's your high 50s, 60s wind northeast 5 to 10. in and out of the rain through tuesday. a break wednesday and thursday. frank? >> thank you. growing scrutiny over bart's fake cameras critics say real ones could have helped identify the gunman in saturday's deadly shooting. da lin spoke to bart's police
chief. >> outrageous. it shocks everybody. reporter: that's the bart police chief's reaction to a shooting that killed a passenger in a train car. what's even more shocking? the ceiling cameras that could have given detectives valuable information were fake. >> that's a fail on bart's part. >> reporter: rail camera or decoy, do you think? >> i feel like it's fake. >> i think it's real, but it's fake. >> i hope it's real. >> reporter: the cameras pointing at these passengers were fake. i asked the bart police chief how many real and fake cameras they have. he refused to answer, citing security concerns. >> reporter: in 2007 then governor arnold schwarzenegger gave bart $5.4 million to upgrade its camera system. apparently, it wasn't enough. aside from the trains, bart has cameras on platforms and in station lobbies, cameras in the west oakland lobby capturing the murder suspect running away. the chief says bart is safe. >> based on the photos that we released, the system is working. can it it be improved? yes?
>> reporter: some passengers say the fake cameras pose a security risk. >> when you look after the what's going on in paris and the rest of europe, they need to update it. >> reporter: bart will get new trains starting in 2017. the police chief says all those new trains will have working cameras. in oakland, i'm da lin, kpix 5. there's still no motive for that shooting. bart police haven't identified the victim yet. he had a fake honduras identification. the young man took a tri-delta transit bus to the pittsburg bay point station before getting on that train. uber is paying out a hefty sum to state regulators. they fined the rideshare company $7.6 million for failing to meet data reporting requirements in 2014. uber is required to provide information about the number of rides requested and amounts paid per zip code. the data can show whether drivers are treating passengers fairly regardless of which part
of town they live in. uber plans to appeal the decision but says it will pay the fine to stay in business. it is 6:53. a search-and-rescue mission is under way after two military helicopters collide near hawaii. >> reporter: and i'm kiet do live on the scene of breaking news in downtown san jose. a hit-and-run crash has left one man dead. wait until you hear what the suspect driver did after the crash. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
nothing was found but debris field. donald trump, ted cruz were neck and neck in the polls in iowa heading in last night's debate. iowa caucuses are february 1. the winners of the $1.5 billion powerball jackpot have yet to come forward. of the tickets for wednesday's drawings were sold in california, florida and tennessee. california gives its winners a year to come forward. winners in tennessee and florida only have 180 days. new 49ers head coach chip kelly is expected to be in the bay area next week for his introductory news conference. according to espn the formedder eagles coach has agreed to a four-year $24 million contract. he takes over for jim tomsula who was fired after a season. a man is in custody after killing a woman at ucsf. they apparently started fighting yesterday on parnassus
avenue. it's unclear if they were students or patients at uc. i'm kiet do live here at the scene of breaking news in downtown san jose. a fatal hit-and-run. we are right near s.a.p. center across the street from here. police are gathering evidence right now. the victims are here under a tarp in the street. police say they got a calf a hit-and-run at 4 a.m. they say the driver went across santa clara street and hit the victim on a bike. the victim didn't go down but the driver probably got confused put the vehicle in reverse and ran over the victim gravely injuring him. the driver then fled the scene going southbound on delmas avenue. the victim died at the scene. he is a 60-year-old man likely homeless. police are looking for a white pickup truck typically driven by contractors with stuff in the bed of the truck and there should be damage on the right side of the vehicle.
live in downtown san jose, kiet do. westbound 80 at maritime that on-ramp in vallejo shut down for a big rig stuck in lanes. bay bridge metering lights are on but it's light out of the maze still backed up on 580. san jose, santa clara is closed both directions. highway 87 to autumn streets that's for police activity that kiet do just told you about so avoid that intersection if you can. we are dealing with an accident south 680 at gregory blocking lanes. taking a look outside right now, this is sun-up over mount vaca. what do you notice? no rain. in fact, you can leave that umbrella at home. take another view from the transamerica pyramid looking due east any way you look at it it's a stellar day today. temperature-wise it's mild. in the 40s and 50s. a few spotty areas of fog in the santa rosa area. we have more rain moving in. looks like the tail end right there of your evening commute. otherwise high temperatures today into the 50s and low 60s. in and out of the rain all
weekend through monday. >> all right. thanks for watching. >> enjoy the weekend. see you at noon. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org ♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it is friday, january 15th, 2016. welcome to cbs this morning. sean penn breaks his silence to charlie roosevelt about intervening the world's drug lord. an urgent search and rescue operation off the coast of hawaii after two marine helicopters collided. ted cruz slams donald trump and his new york values in the latest gop debate, plus democratic candidate bernie sanders joins us. >> we begin with a look at today's "eye opener," your world is 90 seconds. >> i thought this is somebody upon who is interview could i begin a conversio